Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice
Recueil annuel de Windsor d'accès à la justice

Volume 36, 2019

Sommaire (15 articles)

SPECIAL SECTION: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

SPECIAL SECTION: ARTICLES

  1. Green Illusions: Governing CSR Aesthetics
  2. Dominium and The Empire of Laws
  3. The Impact of Whistleblowing Awards Programs on Corporate Governance
  4. The Global Social Enterprise Lawmaking Phenomenon: State Initiatives on Purpose, Capital, and Taxation

GENERAL SECTION: ARTICLES

  1. Intersectionality: A Means for Addressing the Needs of Children with Mental Health Issues who are Engaged with the Family Law and Criminal Justice Systems?
  2. Discrimination and the Private Law in Canada: Reflections on Spence v. BMO Trust Co.
  3. Legal Technology and the Future of Women in Law
  4. Improving Access to Justice: Do Contingency Fees Really Work?
  5. Access To Justice, Moral Distance And Changing Demands On Law
  6. Navigating Power and Claiming Justice: Tenant Experiences at Saskatchewan’s Housing Law Tribunal
  7. L’égalité réelle et la mise en oeuvre intégrale du principe de Jordan
  8. The Prospects for Customary Law in Transitional Justice: The Case of Fiji
  9. Where The Sidewalk Ends: The Governance Of Waterfront Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs Deal
  10. Caught By Private Law: A Review Of Visitors’ Jurisdiction In Canada

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